Tom Strand returning to Bechem United Featured
23 Nov

Tom Strand returning to Bechem United

The one-time MTN FA Cup champions are set to announce the Swedish trainer as their new head coach ahead of the new season.

Ghana Premier League side Bechem United have reached an agreement with Tom Strand to head the club's technical team for the 2019/20 season.
The 37-year-old is returning to the Hunters lads after ending stay with them after the 2014/15 season.
The chief executive officer, Nana Kwasi Darlington confirmed in an interview with Kumasi FM that his outfit is in advanced talks with the experienced gaffer for the vacant role.
"Tom Strand is like a brother to me,I can confirm to you he's the first to be considered anytime we want to appoint a white coach because of his earlier exploits here. I just spoke to him on when I should book his ticket for his flight to Ghana," Nana Darlington told Kumasi FM 
"He had to settle some issues before returning into coaching and everything is set for his return. None should be surprised to see him in Africa precisely Ghana.
The structure of Bechem is to appoint a coach who understands the European market. That is why we don't believe in the black or local coaches. We are looking forward to appointing a foreigner as our head coach soon."
Strand had his last stint in the Ghana Premier League season with Accra Great Olympics in 2017.
He guided Medeama SC for their CAF Confederation Cup campaign during the 2015/16 season.
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